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fertilization and is now the proud mother of twins. congratulations to you. at considerable cost and all the emotional stress on you and your husband and the other wounded warriors who are going through this. first to you, senator, what can be done about it? >> right now, the v.a. has a ban on paying for fertility treatments. to me that is just wrong. we have over 600 service members and their spouses who have one of the signature wounds of this war from an ied explosion or otherwise where they have genital or urinary tract injuries that prevent them from having a child. providing fertility services is the difference between them, their life's dream of raising young children and having that taken away from them. to me, it's just no nonsense common sense, let's provide this kind of fertility treatment for them through the v.a. for both the service member and their spouses, and that's what i'm attempting to change. >> tracy, tell us about the twins, how old are they now, and what you went through with your husband, the cost, the expense of all of this, and fighting the bureaucracy. >> well
important because st. paul is one of two twin cities. st. paul and minneapolis are two cities that butt right up against each other separated only by the mississippi river. and that was really handy in 2008 because while the official republican convention was going on in st. paul, republicans that year also held a shadow convention at the same time in the other twin in minneapolis. and it was like a real convention, red, white, and blue ticker tape, a capacity crowd of adoring fans for the politics they were all there to see. even the obligatory rock song from tom petty who took legal action to try to stop them from using his music. the republican shadow convention in 2008 held across the river from the real deal was of course, a ron paul extravaganza. the ron paul shadow convention ended up being so big they had to move it into a bigger venue. >> i understand there's another meeting in a nearby town going on. let us be respectful. we have also noticed that those in the establishment aren't very anxious to welcome us in. >> what am i doing this for? what's the purpose of all this? and i
'll have more grandkids than any sitting president in u.s. history. the newest arrivals, tag's twin boys conceived through suhr gacy. >> the twins are six weeks oel. >> they were born by surrogate. that's a personal choice and you made it public and tweeted about it. why did you make that decision? >> we tried for a long time to have another child and weren't able to do it. we found someone who was willing to do it for us, and she became very close to the family. she offered to do it, and we took her up on it. >> did you consult your parents about it? what did they say? >> not really. it was a personal choice between my wife and me. it's something we felt good about. >> politically the image of this aattractive, well-to-do family cuts both ways. their life of privilege plus a reported $100 million trust fund continues to draw harsh scrutiny in a campaign season focused on the economy. the criticism is a family like yours can't understand what the average american family is dealing with right now. i guess the question very simply put, matt, is, are you out of touch? >> it's hard for us to
down the perfect bunt. safe at the plate. indians cage the tigers 3-. to chicago where the twins josh willingham hit two home runs against the white sox. unfortunately he was the only minnesota player that did anything, sox win big, 11-4. in london, team usa played their final exhibition game before the olympics. got off to a slow start against spain but carmelo anthony knocks down five three-pointers and finishes with 27 points. the americans pull away in the third quarter off the turnover. lebron james flies in for the dunk, the dream team wins 100-78, their first game of the olympics is sunday versus france. here's what they'll be playing for, the medals were unveiled yesterday, there will be about 2100 medals awarded, each with the emblem of the london games. the olympics start this friday with the opening ceremony on nbc. >>> that's your "first look" at sports, i'm mario solis. >>> for another look at the weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has the weather channel forecast, for the east coast it is looking lovely i looked at the huge monitor standing behind me. >> y
time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ ♪ we are getting some relief from the heat here in the city ... >>it looks like we have cooled off in the city but in the western and the southern suburbs it's still pretty warm ... there are some towering cumulus clouds here are some pictures from a purdue university students these were taken in the northwest suburbs near gurnee and then downtown we have laura peters sending us buckingham fountain photographs with towering clouds over the skyline ... and this is from the lake of the hills area ... and then there's another one in libertyville ... not everyone has seen these this is a volatile atmosphere packet willooking north along lake shore drive from the hancock building ... we're looking at the thunderstorm watch situation ... and the heat advisory situation today there will be 100 degree heat indexes in the southwestern suburbs ... there's high pressure coming pushing the heat down further on the map we had 99 degrees
are in the hundreds of up to the twin cities and green bay wisconsin and all the way down to texas ... widely scattered thunderstorms are not out of the question but less likely ... there is a lake breeze that may come tomorrow and give us a thunderstorm ... but it will get very hot and if we put four of these hundred degree-days together we will break the big record ... look at those thunderstorms firing of north ... 98 greece yesterday at o'hare airport the second highest of the season ... 101 degrees tomorrow 100 thursday 100 friday and then hopefully down to the '80s over the weekend when we get the eastward wind and some thunderstorms to cool things down ... we will get rid of the committee for next week humidity for next wek thanks for joining us today. we hope you have a great afternoon. remember we are back at 5:00 and 9:00 this evening. we leave you with more music from rock band "taproot".
..... they lead the twins 4-2 in the fourth... dayan viciedo hits a 2-run homer to dead center... he was 3-for-4 with four rbis. still up in the sixth when jake peavy strikes out alexi casilla to end the inning... he had six strikeouts in six innings for his eighth win of the year. 8-2 the final, and they stay tied for first place. sox are off today, so kevin youkilis should return from a minor ankle spain tomorrow. the bears will practice for the first time this season in bourbonnais, but wide receiver johnny knox won't be. the bears placed him on the *active* "physically unable to perform list" while he recovers from a back injury. knox is not eligible to practice until he's taken off the list, and since he's expected to stay there when the season starts... he'll have to be inactive for the first six weeks of the year. that's a look at sports in medical watch.. new research questions the use of c-t scans to rule out heart attacks. journal of medicine" reports heart scans cut time spent in the hospital, but did not save money. the scans also prompted more tests and questionable treatments.. an
they are working on this tall are tree back behind us. this is a twin tree that was pretty much just like this one here. they are worried that one is going to fall. they are still not even halfway through and they've been working on it since 11:00 last night. let's look at some of the video from last night. so you had this 100-foot oak tree. people say it weighed about 40 tons, sent to eight feet in diameter at its thickest part. it fell last night just before 7:00 on a black four-door mercedes. we are told a man in his 60s was driving the car and he must have heard or seen something because witnesses say he tried to stop and that he was slamming on the brakes but the tree came crashing down, crashing the roof of of the car. they to use a crane to lift the tree. it just happened feet from the entrance to a fairfax county fair station and two men, who were driving right behind the car, were actually with an out of state tree service that was here to remove trees after the derecho. >> i slammed on my brakes and jumped out and ran up and i was hoping it hit the back side of car and i looked in and th
at the video of the other tree, the twin 100-foot oak tree. it is said to be about 40 tons, seven to eight feet in diameter, when it came crashing down. we are told that a man in his 60s right before 7:00 last night was driving his car when the tree came down on top of it. he must have heard something because witnesses say he tried to stop, he slammed on the brakes but it was just too late. he had to use a crap to lift a tree off the car. it happened just feet from the entrance for a fairfax county fire station and it just so happens that the two men right behind the car were with an out of state tree service that was here to remove trees after that derecho storm. >> i was right behind them. >> it just fell. >> this one is rotted out. >> you can tell on the inside. if you look on the inside of the tree, it is rotted out all the way up. >> reporter: we'll try to show you what those men were looking at ads welcoming up in our 6:30 hour, we'll keep an "here on the progress of this tree. as you can see, this part of georgetown pike is going to be closed for quite some time and crews are going to b
year's valentine." where did that come from? what's it about? >> i wrote this right after the twin towers went down. this was a poem i wrote for the next valentine's day. they could pump frenzy into air ducts and rage into reservoirs, dynamite dams and drown the cities, cry fire in theaters as the victims are burning, but i will find my way through blackened streets and kneel down at your side. they could jump a median, head-on, and obliterate the future, fit .45's to the hands of kids and skate them off to school, flip live butts into tinderbox forests and hellfire half the heavens, but in the rubble of smoking cottages i will hold you in my arms. they could send kidnappers to kindergartens and pedophiles to playgrounds, wrap themselves in old glory and gut the bill of rights, pound at the door with holy screed and put an end to reason, but i will cut through their curtains of cunning and find you somewhere in moonlight. whatever they do with their anthrax or chainsaws, however they strip-search or brainwash or blackmail, they cannot prevent me from sending you robins, all of them
a great business. the restaurant has been under fire. >>> a pregnant mom gave birth to twins on two different highways. they pulled over on long island's southern state parkway to wait for a ambulance. gavin was born on a stretcher near their car. >> they were wheeling me into the ambulance and i'm holding gavin and not covered up at all. there's a car driving towards us and i'm like oh, my god. >> can you imagine that? >> a few minutes later while the ambulance was on the state parkway deck lynn arrived by the time they got to the e.r. there wasn't much the hospital needed to do. the andersons have three healthy boys under the age of 2. >> that birth was the easy part. now they have twins and now it gets really complicated. >> look at them. >> they'll help you turn that big idea into the next big thing, the man behind a website that knows the best innovations happen outside the board room. in a sneak peek of "the next list." >> it's human nature to invent. it's human nature to try to make your life better and human nature to try to make the world around you a better place. a it's r
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heartland and soil of the united states of america. the twin towers, the pentagon. 2001, we had a spike in unemployment, and our economy went in the tank. between that time, though, i think americans should realize that we didn't have exactly everything we wanted in terms of job growth, but unemployment between 2002 and the middle of 2007 actually averaged between 4.5% unemployment and 6% unemployment. we weren't happy with that then, but wouldn't we love to have that level of unemployment now, rather than the 8-point % and the over -- 8.2% and the over 8% we've sustained for 40 straight weeks. americans need to remember, this doesn't have to be the case, the 8.2%. as late as october of 2007 the unemployment rate in this country was 4.4%. we can do that again, but we will not do it again with the failed policies that the president and his party have been imposing on our country during their entire stewardship. the senator from missouri mentioned 8% or higher and the effective rate is 11% if everybody that had left the job force came back in and tried to get a job. actually the unemploy
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environmental reviews. another project that is just getting under way in the eighth district is the twin metals project which has also produced thousands of minnesota jobs for both construction and long-term operations. a 2009 study, the university of minnesota-duluth found that more than 12,000 minnesota construction jobs will be created in minnesota if all strategic metal mining projects currently under study moved forward. in 2009 the study also estimated that more than 5,000 direct long-term minnesota mining jobs would be created when all strategic metal mining projects currently under study become operational. minnesota needs these jobs and country needs the minerals that these mines produce. and everyone needs a definitive permitting timeline that is reliable. unfortunately this is not a unique project. seven years and $40 million is not even the worst example of inefficient permitting. many other mining projects have been stalled for even longer due to inefficient and at times ajend -- agenda-driven permitting process. another example is a mine in montana. it has been in the permitting p
a squeaking sounds with you at times? wd-40 quarterly results -- >> what time is it? >> if your twins had a swing in the backyard, wd-40. you don't have a backyard. that's why i said if. >> hinges. hinges on doors. just recently. you sneak around in the middle of the night. people are trying to sleep. >> pre-war building. >> i'm sneaking out to get here in the middle of the night. >> she had the music going and who knows what's going. >> i'm trying to defend you. >> oh, yeah, right. >> wd-40 quarterly results disappointed wall street. it said it was hurt by lower sales in its american segment. full year results will be at the lower end of its outlook blaming continued uncertainty in europe and oil prices. >> people buying fewer older cars or what? >> don't know what that was. alcoa was weird. we said it was earnings but it was a loss. pushed into a loss. >> better than expected. >> $2 million which is a zero loss because it's not even, doesn't equate to a per share loss. if you factor out items it was a six cent profit. $8 stock. >> comes the first day -- >> we have to make it significant
made her whole campaign platform that i was 37 years young, had twins and she would spit out the word infant because i had just given birth to our third child you can be a member of congress and good mother and you just can't be both at the same time. >> an issue that is raised with candidates. >> one of the things i wanted to raise, i am fi class is half full kind of person also but think about it when men are also inherently very intelligent and if you look and see what happens when your interoffice with purpose will look back and say why would i want to do that? i go back and look at the 2008 campaign. if you are hillary clinton and you have people talking about your cleavage or you are sarah palin and have people saying how are you going to be vice president when you have so many children do you want to run and i mean, how often is a male candidate running and you hear members of the media say look at that fat belly and comb over. it never happens. [laughter] have you ever seen that happen? it doesn't happen. >> you think it -- >> but you don't say it. when it is the female candid
. when will they take responsibility for these twin crises -- the deficit and felt banking regulation? yes what we did to protect a single market. if he looks at the conclusions of the summit, he will see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question about are the eurozone funds sufficient? he is right to ask that question. we continue to sit at the bazookas are big enough. as for a description -- i think he ought to give up the hokey poeky and stick to the rubix cube. give up our social, took us into the bailout funds even more we were not part of europe. these are the people who say that the european union has not gotten too much power and they joined the rural if they were in power for a long run-up. he likes to talk about standing up to vested interest but the fact is he will never stand up to to be vested in -- the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european union, with the prime minister -- would the prime minister agree that th
of the twin cities of minneapolis and st. paul, where the founding members of the green party of the united states first came together to draft our canned key vaes. the state of minnesota has seven delegates. we cast four of votes for dr. jill stein and three for roseanne barr. [applause] >> >>, mississippi. -- next, mississippi. >> we are from the great state of mississippi. [applause] fenty. -- thank you.. the magnolia state, home of many civil-rights luminarias. it still bears the strange fruit in any form of six executions and limits on the right to vote, but fortunately rejected the personhood amendment. we are also the home of the authors of the -- we have two delegates and two proxies'. we cast of four votes for jill stein. [applause] >> thank you. next is new jersey. the national women's caucus. [applause] >> the national women's caucus is proud that our race for the nomination gave us strong green women. [applause] they demonstrated the spirit of cooperative competition. that is why green party politics are better than business as usual. slash and burn up winner-take- all contest.
platform that i was 37 years young, had twins, and she would say, you can make a good -- you can be a good member of congress and a good mother, just not at the same time. >> one of the things i want to raise -- i am a glass is half- full person also. think about it -- women are inherently very intelligent. if you look and see what happens when you run for office, there are a lot of women who will fight with purpose, say, why would i want to do that? i always look at the 2008 campaign. hillary clinton -- you have people talking about your cleavage. sara pailin, people are saying, how will you be vice-president when you have so many children? do you really want to run? how often is a male candidate running and you hear them say, look at that fat belly and come over. it never happens. -- and comb-over. [laughter] but when it is the female candidate, it is, is she married, does she have children, how will she take care of them? i have never read anything about anybody ever seen, how is joe biden going to be a senator and raise his children? maybe it happened -- i have not seen it in any repor
. >> okay. not only celebrating independence but also birthdays. we have twins here sam and sarah. are you riding anything under that hat? nothing. what's it feel like to be double digits now. do you feel old? >> weird. >> weird. double digits. just wait until you hit your 30s. let's have a look at the forecast across the country and who you that is going to be hot. we could see storms but storms will wane throughout the day. here is a look at the forecast as we to the eveninghours. all of the storms will be scattered and isolated in >>> happy fourth of july. temperatures today are going to be on the warm side inland. san jose 88 degrees. but take a look at some of your coastal numbers. san francisco, 75, 80 in santa cruz, perfect for a beach barbecue. as we head through tonight, staying mostly clear at 9:00 p.m. when the fireworks s.t.a.r.start to shoot off, 62. temperatures level off for the upcoming weekend. >> this couple getting married at central park, congratulations give them love. if you're getting married today or any other day, weather.com is where you can find your wedding fore
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we had our twins we breast fed, or my wife -- >> we? >> we should never say we're pregnant. my wife breast fed. however early on because we had two guys we needed extra formula to supplement what was going on. >> by the way, you've gone through an incredibly difficult process no matter how you gave birth. it's incredibly difficult and at the beginning you don't know what's happening. sure, look, it's a better path that's what doctors will tell you. that isscience changes that eve five years. it's not easy for everybody and it's a stupid judgment to make on people. mothers face so many difficult horrible decisions that they have to make all the time and they feel guilty no matter what. you don't need to pile on. >> hopefully mr. bloomberg was watching. >> probably doesn't care what i think. sfee mig >> he might. >> we've been watching stocks rallying over the last week. joining us right now is bob doll, senior advisor of blackrock. bob, it's great time to have you here because the markets right now seem convinced that things are looking a little bit better. back above 13,000 for the
. and they were running for cover at the rangers-twins game in arlington. >> lightning. >> wow! >> sprinting off the field after a lightning strike and the game was delayed 45 minutes because of a storm and the rangers won 4-3 in 13 innings. is there a cool way to act in the middle of a lightning storm? >> never. got to run for cover. you have to know where it's coming from. >> it's every man for himself. >> let's go over to the couch. you have some exciting stuff going on, right? >> go. >> mario chalmers is here. very nice with support. >> he's a fellow jayhawk and went to a alma mater, the university of kansas. jayhawk. go, k.u. >> nice to see you. >> as a world champion, what feels different right now? >> nothing. >> the team falls short a year ago, they feel like the world is crushing on them and then you get that all reversed. >> yeah, you know, last year we went through a lot of hard times with the dallas series but we won this year and we accomplished our goal and we're happy and enjoying it right now. >> four games in a row after dropping the first game but everyone behind you a
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